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Zoran Regvart-2
Hi Cameleers,
Here's the list of accepted talks at FOSDEM Free Java DevRoom 2019,
sadly talk proposed by Alex on Camel[1] didn't get short listed.

I'd still like to organize a Birds of a Feather session at FOSDEM, I'm
watching for when a call for those is announced and I'll have some
news on that as soon as that gets through.

And Alex, if you're planning on attending FOSDEM, I think it would be
great if you can give your talk at the Camel BoF.

I'd still encourage everyone able to go to FOSDEM to do so, I think
it'll be a great chance to share experiences and talk about Camel 3
development.

And of course meet in person :)

zoran

[1] https://lists.fosdem.org/pipermail/java-devroom/2018-November/000243.html

---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: Mario Torre <[hidden email]>
Date: Wed, Dec 19, 2018 at 11:50 AM
Subject: Accepted Talks
To: java-devroom <[hidden email]>


Hello all!

We are finally ready to announce the list of accepted talks for the
Free Java DevRoom 2018.

Like every other year, this was a very difficult selection, this year
in particular we had an overwhelming amount of high quality proposals
and naturally we had to reject many given the time we have for the
DevRoom. Some of those presentation may still be interesting for the
following OpenJDK contributors workshop though, so if you are
interested please check out the website here:

https://openjdk.java.net/workshop

Without further ado here is the list, in no particular order:

Java Checkpoint/Restore - Christine Flood
OpenJDK Governing Board Q&A - The OpenJDK GB Members
Loom: Weaving executions - Ron Pressler
Java Langauge Futures - Brian Goetz
An introduction to Middleware Application Monitoring with Java Mission
Control and Flight Recorder - Mario Torre And Marcus Hirt
Securing the JVM, neither for fun nor for profit, but do you really
have a choice? - Nicolas Frankel
Learning about Deep Learning: Applications for OpenJDK/Java
Verification - Shelley Lambert
Performance tuning Twitter services with Graal and Machine Learning -
Christian Thalinger
Making the JIT part of the cloud - Irwin D'Souza
A walkthrough guide to implementing a compiler intrinsic - Andrew Dinn
Build your own GC with OpenJDK in 20 minutes - Roman Kennke
The State of OpenJDK - Mark Reinhold
Java with Docker: How to Make it Work - Adam Farley8
The Missing Benchmark Metric: Memory Consumption - Jens Wilke
Rumble in the Java Jungle - Volker Simonis
Tested for Business: An Open and Transparent Quality Kit - Shelley Lambert

I will work on the schedule and try to finalise everything by end of
the week, and also followup with the accepted speakers individually in
the next hours for a final round of confirmation.

I wish to take this opportunity to thank you all for sending a
proposals and helping making this once more one of the most
interesting Java conference in the world!

Cheers,
Mario Torre
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Re: Accepted Talks

Alex Dettinger
Hi Zoran,

  The good news is that a lot of interesting talks have been selected :)
  Yes, I'm planning to attend FOSDEM and would be happy to meet in a BoF.
  I'm currently working on a presentation around camel-K as I have people
interested in that, but yeah I could come back to the presentation around
bean binding after that.

Alex

On Wed, Dec 19, 2018 at 1:14 PM Zoran Regvart <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi Cameleers,
> Here's the list of accepted talks at FOSDEM Free Java DevRoom 2019,
> sadly talk proposed by Alex on Camel[1] didn't get short listed.
>
> I'd still like to organize a Birds of a Feather session at FOSDEM, I'm
> watching for when a call for those is announced and I'll have some
> news on that as soon as that gets through.
>
> And Alex, if you're planning on attending FOSDEM, I think it would be
> great if you can give your talk at the Camel BoF.
>
> I'd still encourage everyone able to go to FOSDEM to do so, I think
> it'll be a great chance to share experiences and talk about Camel 3
> development.
>
> And of course meet in person :)
>
> zoran
>
> [1]
> https://lists.fosdem.org/pipermail/java-devroom/2018-November/000243.html
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ---------
> From: Mario Torre <[hidden email]>
> Date: Wed, Dec 19, 2018 at 11:50 AM
> Subject: Accepted Talks
> To: java-devroom <[hidden email]>
>
>
> Hello all!
>
> We are finally ready to announce the list of accepted talks for the
> Free Java DevRoom 2018.
>
> Like every other year, this was a very difficult selection, this year
> in particular we had an overwhelming amount of high quality proposals
> and naturally we had to reject many given the time we have for the
> DevRoom. Some of those presentation may still be interesting for the
> following OpenJDK contributors workshop though, so if you are
> interested please check out the website here:
>
> https://openjdk.java.net/workshop
>
> Without further ado here is the list, in no particular order:
>
> Java Checkpoint/Restore - Christine Flood
> OpenJDK Governing Board Q&A - The OpenJDK GB Members
> Loom: Weaving executions - Ron Pressler
> Java Langauge Futures - Brian Goetz
> An introduction to Middleware Application Monitoring with Java Mission
> Control and Flight Recorder - Mario Torre And Marcus Hirt
> Securing the JVM, neither for fun nor for profit, but do you really
> have a choice? - Nicolas Frankel
> Learning about Deep Learning: Applications for OpenJDK/Java
> Verification - Shelley Lambert
> Performance tuning Twitter services with Graal and Machine Learning -
> Christian Thalinger
> Making the JIT part of the cloud - Irwin D'Souza
> A walkthrough guide to implementing a compiler intrinsic - Andrew Dinn
> Build your own GC with OpenJDK in 20 minutes - Roman Kennke
> The State of OpenJDK - Mark Reinhold
> Java with Docker: How to Make it Work - Adam Farley8
> The Missing Benchmark Metric: Memory Consumption - Jens Wilke
> Rumble in the Java Jungle - Volker Simonis
> Tested for Business: An Open and Transparent Quality Kit - Shelley Lambert
>
> I will work on the schedule and try to finalise everything by end of
> the week, and also followup with the accepted speakers individually in
> the next hours for a final round of confirmation.
>
> I wish to take this opportunity to thank you all for sending a
> proposals and helping making this once more one of the most
> interesting Java conference in the world!
>
> Cheers,
> Mario Torre
> --
> pgp key: http://subkeys.pgp.net/ PGP Key ID: 80F240CF
> Fingerprint: BA39 9666 94EC 8B73 27FA  FC7C 4086 63E3 80F2 40CF
>
> Java Champion - Blog: http://neugens.wordpress.com - Twitter: @neugens
> Proud GNU Classpath developer: http://www.classpath.org/
> OpenJDK: http://openjdk.java.net/projects/caciocavallo/
>
> Please, support open standards:
> http://endsoftpatents.org/
> _______________________________________________
> java-devroom mailing list
> [hidden email]
> https://lists.fosdem.org/listinfo/java-devroom
>
>
> --
> Zoran Regvart
>